Head's view of bad appointments

7th September 2001 at 01:00
OUR story last week highlighting the number of unsatisfactory teachers recruited to secondary schools this year claimed that vacancy rates in Yorkshire and the Humber and the East of England were as high as those in London, at 21 per cent. In fact, the statistic referred to the number of posts deemed by the headteacher to be filled unsatisfactorily.

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